The power triangle military security and politics in regime change hazem kandil examines the different trajectories that new regimes can take following a transition demonstrates how regime change cannot be fully comprehended without a firm grasp of the shifting balance of power within the ruling bloc. Part i examines how the iranian regime was transformed into an absolutist monarchy part ii highlights the limits of military guardianship in turkey and part iii considers the politics of repression in egypt and especially how power relations between the countrys military security and political institutions influenced the way they direct . Hesham shafick praises kandils account as the work of an exemplary scholar that makes a crucial theoretical contribution to the study of regime change by showing it to be a continuous phenomenon implicated in both turbulent and stable regimes the power triangle military security and politics in regime change. Get this from a library the power triangle military security and politics in regime change hazem kandil revolution reform and resilience comprise the respective fortunes of modern iran turkey and egypt although the countries all experienced coups with remarkably similar ambitions each followed a . Although kandils analysis of the revolutionary guard and its internalization of all three power sources military security and political is incisive the pahlavi period simply doesnt offer the necessary field of play the turkish case provides a compelling narrative of the push and pull between the military and the forces of politics
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